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on your screen now! jenna: coming up new next hour some fear as the felt bi arrest as nasa contractor who had access to a whole lot of classified information just as he apparently was trying to head to china with a one-way ticket. we're live with the story and details about that. >>> also preparations are underway for u.s. troop withdrawals in afghanistan by the end of next year but there are still some issues yet to be resolved to say the least. what a top u.s. military leader is doing about that we'll talk with somebody who just got back from afghanistan. >>> she recently stepped down as secretary of state but hillary clinton is not staying out of the limelight. what her new video about gay marriage will tell us about her political plans for the future. jon: well, it is one thing for an airline to maybe lose your luggage. quite another to lose your best friend. this adorable dog was supposed to fly home to phoenix with his owner but a united airlines mix-up sent the pooch all the way to ireland instead. rick folbaum in the new york newsroom with that, rick? >> lots of us probably have a
pneumonia. >> a former nasa contractor accused of spying for china is now under arrest. the virginia congressman, frank wolf, revealed the news yesterday and said that contractor, a chinese national, worked at a virginia facility on high-tech programs that could benefit china's military, and the fbi busted him over the weekend with a one-way ticket on a flight about to take off to beijing. court documents show the worker did not revole all the electronics he was taking with him, including a nasa laptop commuter and a hard drive. congressman wolf says the contractor has a history of trouble. >> we know that mr. james has in the past, has in the past, taken sense stiff information back to china and he should not have been allowed to remove from langley. >> last week the inspector general said this did not appear to be. >> shepard: a huge day for a teenager who took a bullet on the school bus. today she walked back to school for the first time. what she says about her mission next. ds... ♪ wireless is limitless. [ female announcer ] from finding the best way... ♪ to finding the best
. luther beingel at nasa about what is this about life on mars? but first: >> the president spent the lunch hour with republicans on capitol hill yesterday but he couldn't eat the food. the hill hosted the luncheon and featured university of maine lobster salad and wild maine blueberry pie. apparently, he has to have a taster. she pointed out the president -- she pointed out to the president, had the food been poisoned, every senator in the there would are keeled over. she said president obama looked longingly at the food. it was obvious he wanted to eat it but he didn't go near it. >> that's sad. >> the other senators there were essentially tasters. >> chowing down. >> he is a long way from the early bill clinton >> dick morris who was fired from fox news a couple of months ago is heading back to the air waves. the philadelphia daily news reporting the commentator has landed himself the afternoon talk show slot on the conservative talk station in philadelphia. he confirmed the news at cpac yesterday saying he looks forward to the opportunity to spe
. nasa administrator charles bolden warned of dire consequences because of the budget, but if you have a b-average in college and you're a part-time student, how much was an internship at nasa pay? want to guess, megyn kelly? >> $30,000. >> reporter: nope, $83,000 for an internship in nasa. what about the national oceanic and atmospheric agency. if you want the weather service, take a gander, throw it out there. >> megyn: 50. >> reporter: up to $62,000 for the national weather service. health and human services you know they're having public problems, you know they are, but you want to intern there. it's. >> megyn: 40. >> reporter: $61,000. and last but not least, you know the usda cutting back poultry inspectors and meat inspectors, plenty of interns. >> megyn: 60 bucks. >> reporter: no, per hour. >> megyn: 25. >> reporter: $24 per hour. >> megyn: all right. >> reporter: megyn, right. >> megyn: ding, ding, ding. >> reporter: you know what you get at fox when you intern here? you get like ten minutes in front of the teleprompter and kick you out the door with a tape. that's it.
as that debt keeps racking on up. martha: what nasa's curiosity rover found on the red planet, the scientists say may mean that life could have exused on mars. ♪ is there live and mars. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] in blind taste tests, even ragu users chose prego. prego?! but i've been buying ragu for years. [ thinking ] i wonderhat other questionable choices i've made? [ club scene music ] [ sigh of relief ] [ male announcer ] choose taste. choose prego. martha: a deadly crash involving a bus that was carrying a college lacrosse team and a porsche. the sports car spun out of control on a wet road in upstate new york, it slammed into the bus and sent it on its side. a passenger in that porsche we understand was killed. nearly three dozen lacrosse players from st. michael's college in vermont were on that bus. thankfully none them were seriously hurt. bill: it is one of the big is unknown mysteries that continues to keep all of us hanging on a ledge here. was there ever live on mars? nasa scientists report the mars rover curiosity collected an ancient rock sam he will a month ago and new anal
charge. >>> nasa says there is new evidence to suggest that 7 billion years ago mars may have been home to tiny microorganisms. the sample contains sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorous and carbon the key ingredients for life. >> it went down just a few centimeters and hitting a gray planet instead of a red plant to me was very surprising. >> reporter: they found an environment which could have been suitable for life. so far they have found no signs of actual microbes on mars. >>> and no winter around here. temperatures were in the 70s today. they're going to be warmer tomorrow. delays along the eastern seaboard. out west we have dry conditions that continue as the jet stream rams over the top of us. that's how it's going to stay. the jet stream keeps going to the north of us right through the bay area weekend into a good portion of next week. we have plenty of coastal fog. that fog is making for dense visibility right along the great highway. fog is going to be there when you wake up tomorrow morning. so be prepared for it we had it this morning. we had been in a warming tren
arrested in the case is due in court next month on a drug charge. >>> nasa says there is new evidence to suggest that 7 billion years ago mars may have been home to tiny microorganisms. the sample contains sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorous and carbon the key ingredients for life. >> it went down just a few centimeters and hitting a gray planet instead of a red plant to me was very surprising. >> reporter: they found an environment which could have been suitable for life. so far they have found no signs of actual microbes on mars. >>> and no winter around here. temperatures were in the 70s today. they're going to be warmer tomorrow. delays along the eastern seaboard. out west we have dry conditions that continue as the jet stream rams over the top of us. that's how it's going to stay. the jet stream keeps going to the north of us right through the bay area weekend into a good portion of next week. we have plenty of coastal fog. that fog is making for dense visibility right along the great highway. fog is going to be there when you wake up tomorrow morning. so be prepared
first lady barbara bush. >>> an out of this world discovery. nasa says mars could have supported human life several billion years ago. according to new tests from the mars curiosity rover the red planet had basic elements needed to live as well as water. this comes 7 months after curiosity touched down in an ancient crater. >> that is very interesting. >>> democrats unveil their budget proposals today one day after republican paul ryan unveiled his plan. the president's proposal won't be ready until next month. we have the latest on the budget battle in washington for us. >> good morning elizabeth. >> good morning. we have the budget blue print in a dick quayed of $4.6 trillion worth of cuts. >> my goal is not to chase a balanced budget just for the sake of balance. my goal is how do we grow the economy put people back to work and if we do that we are going to be bringing in more revenue. >> chairman ryan's proposal hits some of the president's achievement such as privatization of medicare as well as obama care. he suggests cutting 124 billion from that particular program. he went on t
-paying internships. high-paying internships. i thought internships were free? nasa, will hire interns for $83,000 a year. martha: wow. bill: research center is offering pricey internships, well as the warning goes out to americans on impact of automatic budget cuts you were talking about. that is one of many examples. read about all this in a full article posted on our web page on foxnews.com. martha: here we're trying to convince college kids benefit of unpaid internship which you will get a great experience which you do at fox news by the way but boy. bill: internships are vital. health and human services $61,000 for a student extern. my guess you will have little conversation with your kids to neat. martha: consider nasa for the summer, kids. you remember those lavish vegas government conferences that we showed you paid for. you can't make it up. you really can't. a major change for one government executive who got canned for over the whole scandal. wait until you hear what happened to him now. ♪ @e@8ñúñ÷@@@0@ú bill: there will be a major announcement from the white house. p
for about the next month. nasa losing all contact with curiosity because of planetary alignment. >> they found signs of life. morning paper. people could have survived it. >> mars colony. >> fine with many people. speaking of sending people to mars, how about dennis rodman? he has plans to go back to north korea, the former n va star saying he plans to vacation with kim jong on this coming august. he reiterated he does not con done what the dictator does as a ruler but he says, quote, he is my friend. >> let's not push this friendship too far. okay? he goes to a basketball game. all right. to go back on vacation and then say, i am not condoning this dictator is impoverishing an entire nation. right? come on. appearing with donald trump on "celebrity apprentice". >> take trump on vacation with him. >> pick up a copy of "vogue magazine" and see the first lady on the cover again. washington post reporting michelle obama has landed on the magazine cover for the second time. the famous photographer annie lebowitz. she tried to get her to do a more creat
after studying data from nasa's curiosity rover. curiosity is on a two-year mission to mars that began last august. >>> roman catholic cardinals resume voting for a new pope at the top of the hour. black smoke poured from the chimney on the roof of the sistine chapel earlier this morning and, of course, that means no one was elected to be the next pope. >>> let's get the latest now from rome and cnn's jim bittermann. >> hi, carol. in fact, yeah, the black smoke came out. at first it looked a little gray but then it went to black. the crowd kind of growned when that happened. there's still a lot of people coming out, despite the awful weather we're having this afternoon. a lot of people turning out in this square. when we went through and talked to people afterwards they said look, we're disappointed, it would have been nice to have been here for seeing the pope elected or whatever, but in fact they should take their time and pick the right person and let them carry on at the pace they need to carry on at. a lot of people that i talked to anyway are staying around, they're basically say
. i mean, what kind of a problem is this? >> you know, we've heard nasa scientists call our solar system a cosmic shooting gallery. there are millions of asteroids out there and many of them pass near earth all the time. they don't hit us obviously, but there are more people looking now, so we're finding these ones that are coming down or swinging by all the time. we saw the asteroid that exploded over russia. >> sure. >> last month, too. so just having more people looking for them, we can spot them hopefully with more notice than what we saw last weekend with so many at the same time. >> all right. always good to see you. come back and bring us more of this interesting stuff. appreciate it. >>> closer to justice. the new legislation for the iranian hostages that could right a 33-year-long wrong. ncer] a lot of sinus products don't treat cough. they don't? [ male announcer ] nope, but alka seltzer plus severe sinus does it treats your worst sinus symptoms, plus that annoying cough. [ breathes deeply ] ♪ oh, what a relief it is! [ angry gibberish ] [ breathes deeply ] ♪ oh, wha
the senses. >> brian: quick headlines. nasa says mars may have supported human life several billion years ago according to new tests from the mars curiousity rover. the red planet at one point had water pure enough for humans to drink. now we call it evian. will the world forgive and forget about lance armstrong's doping administration. he says he should be because they gave president clinton a second chance. different circumstances. steve, think about that. >> steve: all right. do you always want to buy that new york strip steak or stripper as we call it at our house but it costs a very, very big number. how about getting a cheaper cut of meat that promises to be just as good? >> alisyn: here to show us how is meat merchant pat lafreda. pat, get over here. >> steve: how are you? >> alisyn: nice to see you. you were saying meat prices are going up so we should be more cost conscious. >> it's inevitable. the rise in corn prices and the exportation of american beef since it's the best meat in the world has made supply very low. and demand in america is still very high. >> steve: what you're goi
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